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Have you ever wanted to see someone else's changes in a workbook right away, without refreshing or saving? Have you ever wanted to keep some cells locked and keep others editable in Excel Web App? During this Tuesday's webinar, we'll show you how all of this is possible. Plus, we'll have members of the Excel product team online, to answer any of your burning questions.
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What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
Recently, we released some exciting new features in the Excel Web App. One of the highlights is real-time co-authoring, which can change the way people work together on spreadsheets by allowing simultaneous collaboration. Here’s why we did it and how we made it happen.
About six months ago, we announced that Excel Web App and all Office Web Apps are destined to become a comprehensive productivity experience on more browsers and devices--not just companions to the desktop applications. In June, we released a major update, and I’m excited to share another significant step forward with you today! Let’s look at some of the awesome new things you can do in Excel Web App now, in both SkyDrive and Office 365, and also take a peek at some of what’s coming in future updates.
PivotCharts allow for charting-based data exploration and summarization in a way that no other Office visualization can. But they also offer power and flexibility that are largely unknown to many standard chart users, unless they work across businesses where PivotCharts play a significant role within their business intelligence efforts. Like PivotTables,PivotCharts work really well on aggregate data, which is why a lot of casual Excel analysts don't often encounter the need to use them. I'll show you some of the reasons and ways to use PivotCharts to explore your data.
When you're heads-down in data, you might not want to waste time poking around the internet to figure out how to deal with a tricky task. With the free Excel video tutorials app, you can launch how-to videos right from the Ribbon in Excel.
Charts are a method for visual storytelling. You may not judge a story by its cover, but a great cover (or chart) will absolutely draw in more readers to engage with the rest of your content. So, we've built lots of options into Office charts to help you craft a visually appealing chart. There's an option for everyone and (we hope) every scenario, no matter how much or little customization you'd like to do. Read on to learn how to put chart options to work for you.
We are announcing a significant update to Power Map Preview for Excel (formerly Project codename "GeoFlow" Preview for Excel) on the Microsoft Download Center. The new capabilities include an improved getting started experience, regions visualization, flat map, and create video tour. Power Map is a part of Microsoft Power BI in Excel and supplements the visualizations of Power View for Excel.
For all of you professionals and students who love finance, spreadsheets, and numerical analysis, Microsoft is co-sponsoring a fun, educational, and challenging event: ModelOff 2013, the Excel Financial Modeling World Championship. Over 3,000 participants from over 100 countries are expected, and the top 16 finalists will come to Microsoft's New York offices to compete for prizes up to $30,000. While in New York, the finalists will get to meet key members of the Excel development team along with the world-class Excel wizards behind the competition. The first round begins on October 26, and registration is now open on the Modeloff website.
Greetings again. A little while ago, I was excited to share with you the new functionality that we made available to all Excel Web users on SkyDrive and Office365. This is part of our commitment to make the Office Web Applications a comprehensive productivity experience (not just a companion to the desktop applications), allowing you to create polished Office documents from start to finish, all from the web.
Today, I'm excited to talk through how we go about deciding which features to add next as well as some of the items that we've currently got on our list...
One of the things that is incredibly satisfying about working on the Excel team is seeing how people use Excel in unbelievably cool and unexpected ways for work and for fun. There have been a few great examples of this floating around the internet and the news recently--here are some favorites. Read on to learn more!